Monthly Archives: May 2007

EJA 9(1) now available online

Issue 9 (1) of the European Journal of Archaeology is now available online. It contains the following: Articles Pierre Pétrequin, Michel Errera, Anne-Marie Pétrequin, and Pierre Allard: The Neolithic Quarries of Mont Viso, Piedmont, Italy: Initial Radiocarbon Dates Sue Hamilton, … Continue reading

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Anthropology Matters! – But does Archaeology?

I recently read Shirley Fedorak’s new book Anthropology Matters! It is about the relevance of anthropology in our everyday lives as human beings in the Western world. The best chapters discuss questions such as these: Of What Use is Anthropology … Continue reading

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CFP: "Investigating Archaeological Survey" at EAA 2007

A session planned at the EAA conference in Zadar this September: Investigating Archaeological Survey With a tradition stretching back over 300 years, archaeological survey and investigation deserves a definitive place within archaeological and historical research. Its multi-disciplinary approach not only … Continue reading

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The Fourth International Conference of Medieval and Modern Archaeology will be held at the University of Paris I (the Sorbonne) from 3rd to 8th September 2007. The venue is the National Institute of Art History, 2, rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris. … Continue reading

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Stone Age TV

Next week, German television starts a new Docu-Soap about the Stone Age… Some interesting webpages about the Stone Age accompany the series. Among other things, there is talk about ‘real Stone Age atmosphere’ (“richtiges Steinzeit-Gefühl“), whatever that may be. To … Continue reading

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Excavations at Pava

We have received notice of the following opportunity for students to dig in Italy: Dear all, we inform that we open the call for application for the archaeological excavation at PAVA (SIENA-ITALY). The excavation has been organized since 2004 from … Continue reading

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TAG in New York

May 23rd-25th 2008 at Columbia University The Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) has been organizing an annual meeting in UK since 1979, with the aim of promoting debate and discussion of issues in archaeological theory. TAG-NYC marks the first time that … Continue reading

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World Archaeological Congress 6 (Dublin 2008)

First Announcement The organising committee of the Sixth World Archaeology Congress (WAC-6) are delighted to now invite colleagues from across the globe to come to University College Dublin, Ireland from June 29-July 4, 2008 for this spectacular archaeological conference. We … Continue reading

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